Nursing Specific Info
Attention New Graduate Nurse Applicants for Fall 2018
Please note: This is for reference only, this is not an actual job posting. Please do not apply to this posting.
Application Information for New Graduate Nurses
If you are currently enrolled in nursing school or recently graduated, you are invited to apply to our Graduate Nurse(GN) job openings, which can be found individually posted, by unit, on www.UMnursing.org.
Questions for a Recruiter?
Look for Nursing @ Michigan Nurse Recruiters at school career fairs and local/regional nursing conferences. Click here for our Nurse Recruitment Event Schedule to find a recruiter near you.
The next Nursing @ Michigan Career Fair is scheduled for Sunday, March 24, 2019. All GNs and experienced RNs are invited to attend. Registration will be available on www.UMnursing.org at the end of February 2019.
What you need to know
- Nursing @ Michigan hires GNs year-round depending on the availability of positions that consider GNs.
- To be considered for a GN position at Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan, GN candidates must apply online to each individual posting that they would like to be considered for.
- A GN is a graduate nurse who has graduated from an accredited school of nursing but does not have a RN license yet. Here at Michigan Medicine, depending on the position, some units require that the new hire already have their MI RN license before their Date of Hire. Some units will opt to hire GNs, but the GN must successfully pass N-CLEX and be licensed as an RN in the state of Michigan no later than 45 days from date of hire. Be sure to check the job opening under “Required Qualifications” to determine the licensure requirement prior to DOH.
Tips for Applying
- GNs should begin to apply 4 weeks prior to graduation.
- The easiest way to search for GN positions is to use the "Search Jobs" box located at the top left side of the www.UMNursing.org website. Select Nursing-Graduate Nurse in the drop down menu and hit "Search".
- GNs should read the job description of each posting prior to submitting an application to ensure they meet the posted required qualifications.
- When choosing the areas of interest, please keep in mind that some of our select positions such as, Critical Care areas, Pediatrics and Women’s Birthing have limited openings for GNs.
- RN Licensure: To find out more information about obtaining Michigan Licensure, visit the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Michigan Professional Licensing User System(MiPLUS).
Here's What You Can Expect After You Apply
- Within two business days of your first application submission, you will receive an e-mail invitation to contact a Nurse Recruiter by phone to ensure that we have all the necessary information to fully consider you for the positions to which you’ve applied.
- The hiring team for the unit(s) that you have applied to will review all applicants with 2-3 weeks of the posting end date. Should you be contacted for an interview, you will interview with the Clinical Nursing Director or the leadership on the unit and may be brought in to shadow in the department.
- After completing your interview, a decision should be made promptly and you will be contacted to discuss next steps.
- We encourage you to continue to apply to postings as you wait to hear back. It is in your best interest to cast a wide net.
Thank you for your interest in Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan!
Nursing @ Michigan Nurse Recruitment & Retention
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